HP Stream 11 Pro notebook future?

The HP Stream 11 is priced at US $ 200 laptop, and an Intel Celeron processor Bay Trail, a 11.6-inch screen and Windows 8.1 as operating system. It is basically a Windows alternative to a Chromebook. In other words, it is a cheap laptop that should offer decent performance for basic computing tasks.

But then it could be a success, is that HP has an interest in launching a commercial version or oriented education Stream 11? Well, it seems that this is the case. Indeed, the latest information relayed on the web suggest that HP Stream Pro 11 is in the works of American society .

Indeed, the people of Notebook Italia spotted a mention on the website EPEAT an HP 11 Stream Pro.

EPEAT is an organization that tests the impact on the environment of electronic devices. Although all laptops, smartphones or tablets have not received such certification, companies like HP may choose to submit their equipment group EPEAT, as they can do with other organizations mandatory as the FCC.

Anyway, the page EPEAT does not tell us much about the specifications of 11 Stream Pro. However, we can assume that this model will have high-end features like a high resolution display, or even more storage and faster than the first generation model processor .

HP is known for marketing the same laptops to consumers and businesses under different names.

While the HP Stream 11 is first and foremost a cheap laptop, it does not mean it has no features that would appeal to professionals. The notebook, sold US $ 200 is a machine with low power fanless design, which embeds under the hood 2 GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, an Intel Atom N2840 processor, a matte screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, and provide eight hours of battery life.

It measures 2 inches thick, weighs 1.27 kg and comes with a one year subscription to Microsoft Office 365, which includes access to Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Access as well as unlimited storage on the cloud .

I would not be surprised if the Pro model was basically the same machine, but with an option for Windows 8.1 Pro.

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